Category Archives: PT

Outpatient SLP and PTs (EI and Outpatient) – Las Cruces, NM

We are seeking TWO Bilingual Spanish, Pediatric Physical Therapist and a Bilingual Spanish SLP to join a dynamic team in Las Cruces, New Mexico.  Come to the year round playground of the Southwest high in the Rocky Mountains of southeastern … Continue reading

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Paper Hands and Feet Gross Motor Activity

[Source:  Hands On As We Grow] If your kids love being active, then they are sure going to enjoy this one! These paper hands and feet are a simple and fun activity that will remind you of the game Twister (affiliate link), but with … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Use Jingle Bells

[Source: Brick by Brick] Do you like jingle bells? One of the benefits of working with preschoolers is that we get to play with jingle bells all year long, not just in December! Here are a few ideas to use … Continue reading

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Autistic Toddlers May Miss Significance of Eye Contact

[Source:  Psych Central] Less eye contact is a signal symptom of autism; early screening protocols and diagnostic instruments rely heavily on it. But why kids with autism look less at other people’s eyes has not been known. New research from Marcus … Continue reading

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PT Corner: Easy Kids Yoga Poses With Rotation

[Source: Pink Oatmeal] Yoga can be a lot of fun and can offer a lot of great movement opportunities.  One of those opportunities is working on rotation while in a yoga pose.  There are some pretty simple yoga poses out … Continue reading

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